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"delicious! lacked some ingredients so, i substituted honey for sugar, monterey jack for cheddar, 3 tiny bags of red pepper powder for jalapeno (will use more next time, + added a cup of frozen corn kernals, 1/2 a cup of pumpkin seeds. Baked in muffin tins.OMG... this is phenomenol. Everybody raved. It was hearty, filling and nothing's mor..."
Feb 28, 2008 on Food.com
"used only 1/2 of cup of sugar, but otherwise stuck to the recipe. This is a beautiful fool-proof treat. Everybody who had it was wowed by its amazing taste. The coffee ice cream took it to the next level, but if serving without... definitely, the more bitter/dark the chocolate, the better it will be"
Dec 25, 2007 on Food.com
"hurray for chock-ful of apple goodness. Subbed oil for butter, cut sugar down to 1/2 cp, added 1 tsp of baking powder and changed the topping to be crushed almonds, butterscotch chips + chocolate flakes. I filled the pans completely full, and got 12 exploding muffins. =]These make me deliriously happy. =] Hurray for delicious muffins."
Dec 1, 2007 on Food.com
"Made it exactly as stated, except I added a crust of crushed nilla wafers mixed in with almond + butter. It was a super forgiving recipe. Even though my egg white failed to peak (lol, it was more like a pathetic soup monster and even though I overbaked it by like 20mins (oops, hehe, where does the time go?, it still came out scrumptious. ..."
Nov 9, 2007 on Food.com
"i took 1 of the poster's suggestion and substituted the crisco with vegetable oil, eliminated the maple extract, switched choco chips with almond roca hunks and replaced walnuts with almonds. unfortunately, it seemed super oily, and baking at 350 for 20 minutes was still giving me soggy, undercooked cookies. so i ended up having to crank the..."
Oct 6, 2007 on Food.com
"OMG super yummy. halved the recipe, used only brown sugar and tossed in some almonds for texture. crispy on the outside, soft on the inside.These taste really good when baked with a slice of banana on top too, but baking time will take longer -- 10 minutes for chewy cookie and maybe 15 for chrisp. Heavenly, really..."
Aug 24, 2007 on Food.com
"I marinated the ribs with salt, pepper, minced garlic, minced ginger, and grated apple. Baked according to directions, and after adding the bbq sauce, I returned it to the oven to broil for 10 minutes. Inside was moist and tender, and the outside was glazed and beautiful. Thanks for the simple and foolproof directions!"
Jan 2, 2007 on Food.com
"I replaced olives w/ black beans, threw diced avocado on for toppings, and served on a bed of lettuce. But truth be told, i was kind of disappointed by the recipe. Everybody else said it was just like tacos, but when my casserole came out of the oven... the shells/chips were all soggy. Is it suppose to be like that? I guess I was expecting for..."
Dec 26, 2006 on Food.com
"This is great! I reduced sugar from 1 cup to 1/2 a cup and added 1/3 cup of both chocolate chips and almonds. So very good... wish I put more chocolate in there. =] Exterior came out crisp and interior moist and gooey and oh so soft. Definitely melt in your mouth yumminess..."
Jul 6, 2005 on Food.com
"This recipe is fabulous! If you're going to serve it straight out of the oven - I recommend baking the bottom "crust" first to make it crunchy, then spreading preserve and crumbles and rebaking for just toasting the crumbles. But I made mine with fresh apple slices, tons of cinnamon and apple jam! So delicious - I agree with the others, this tr..."
Jun 1, 2005 on Food.com